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Apr 26, 2014 4:30pm PDT
considering more punishment. >> we have been preparing further sanctions. those are tead up. >> russia and ukraine edge closer to the brink of war. >> rose: a court orders the white house to release the details of drone strikes against americans. >> the american. >> one year after the bomb, thrition,000 runners raced across the city. >> rose: the i.r.s. is under fire again. >> the agency paid out bonuses to employees, even those who owed backtaxes. >> rose: britain celebrate the bard's birthday. >> every year, every decade, your understanding of shakespeare is completely new. >> a world-record base jump from the world's tallest building. >> look at that! ♪ ♪ every day, turn, turn, turn ♪ >> reporter: apple launched its iphone trade-in program. >> rose: apple goes green. >> the large inventory of used phones in the u.s. is getting refurbished and resold in emerging marks. ♪ you know the big wheel keeps spinning around ♪ >> rose: a stowe away hops a flight to hawaii. >> surviving a five-hour flight in the wheel way of a plane from san jose, california, to maui. >> rose: vice p
CNN
Apr 26, 2014 4:00pm PDT
, the president is dealing with the crisis in ukraine and russia. that has become a full-time job for this president. >> the timing is very interesting, because, you know, flight 370. how much of flight 370, this mystery, is hanging over this visit? what has the president said about it? >> reporter: he gave an interview to a major malaysian newspaper in which he said the u.s. is going to continue to contribute assets as part of the search for that plane and he also said -- it was interesting to hear this, don, because we haven't really heard the president talk about this -- he said going forward, perhaps it's time to start looking at the lessons learned. a bit of a acknowledgment of the intense criticism that has been leveled against this government, not only here in malaysia but internationally. it was interesting to hear the president say that. but the criticism, if there even was any in i in that comment, was very, very soft and it did not persuade the king of this country from honoring the president and the united states and what they have contributed to this effort to find th
CSPAN
Apr 26, 2014 7:00pm EDT
russia. -- theye already seen supply most of europe's gas. remembered having the guest turned off and freezing in the middle of the winter. this is not something they are interested in conceding. it was the middle of the winter. winter comes around very quickly. you see some of the european economies are tied to gas prices. pipeline under the baltic sea directly to russia. that is one of the reasons you will see germany is a little bit reticent to jump on board with some of these sanctions. they do get 40% of their national gas -- natural gas from russia. russian economies are not as integrated as the european and russian economies are. there are a lot of what -- we could have a lot of financial distress when our economies are not completely recovered from the last couple of years. >> according to the national council for behavioral health, 30% of active-duty and reserve no three personnel have mental health issues that require treatment. there was an initiative this week aimed at responding early to mental illness. this is about one hour. >> everyone has a seat. let me say thank
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 4:00pm PDT
will have a now round of u.s. sanctions and european union sanctions and targeting russia and russian president vladimar putin & his cronies. >> russia being isolated so that no businessman or woman with any sense are going to want to envest there, that is a problem for russia's long- term interest. president putten is not a stupid man, and i think recently acknowledged that this has had already an impact. >> reporter: u.s. sanctions so far have not stopped putin in the situation on the ground, it appears to be deteriorating with the prime freedom of ukraine saying that he thinks putin is sparking world war three. >> you hear him talk about putin is not a stupid man. and what about the fighter jets coming in ukraine? back in washington, the president is getting hard criticism. people want him to take a harder lean on russia>> reporter: right. john mccain said look instead of targeting his cronies, going after sectors of the russian economy. banking and energy and hit them where it hurts. there is already some impact on the russian economy, but you could jack it up. and mccain saying
CSPAN
Apr 26, 2014 6:30pm EDT
that the government of perhaps europe would put on. russia not fulfilling their part of that bargain. host: do headlines like this concern you? this is from the editorial board of the "financial times." high noon looms over ukraine. guest: it is sad, but i think it's true. russiany there were jets that violated ukrainian airspace. there have been movements, large columns of armory and tanks moving inside of russia very much towards the ukrainian border. it's looking more menacing. the ukrainian government has said that they are expecting that this might not go in a direction we will be happy to see. host: what do new sanctions due here? -- do here? guest: whether or not sanctions can change things has very much to do with what kind of sanctions they are. if we are talking sanctions on innerople and putin's circle, i'm not sure it will do much. we have already tried that. -- there areseen encouraging symbols, -- signals, but they are peripheral. we have seen a massive amount of capital flight from russia just over the last month. we are seeing foreign investment fleeing the country. it's not ch
CNN
Apr 26, 2014 3:00pm PDT
. >>> to ukraine now. chaotic situation continues to unfold. a phone call today between russia's foreign minister and secretary of state john kerry, russia stressed that ukraine must cease military operations against pro russian separatists in the eastern part of the country and those groups have seized land and government buildings and refuse to lead. the active prime minister commented while traveling in rome. >> we ask russia to pull back its security forces, not to provoke and not to support russia in eastern and southern ukraine. we ask russia to leave us alone. >> the observers are tasked with implementing an international deal signed nine days ago in switzerland. >>> nevada rancher took on the feds but his fighting words have outraged and offended lots of people even as they have won him some spourerupporters. that is straight ahead. >>> the president could hardly have found a more troubling time to visit malaysia. we are live with the latest on his trip to asia straight ahead. huh, 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know that game s
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 6:00pm EDT
donbas. ukraine is with russia. long live donbas >> it's also in slovyansk that the european militariary observers are being held by pro-russian gun men who said .1 way the observers could be released would be in exchange for the governments of kiev holding a number of pro-russian activists >> prisoners have always been pawns to exchange during times of war. it's an international practice to swap prisoners. there is nothing scary about it. >> this is the administration center in donetsk, and as you can see, there is no sign of pro-russian groups are giving up their control. their barricades are still up. let's go over here and see the other side of life in the east because for most people, things are going on as normal. they might be ang. they are keeping to themselves. >> that's the same not just in donetsk but across eastern ukraine. >> kiev, they were marking a grim an accompanies re, 28 ye s years. it was event did on the eastern border that occupied the politicians who came to this event. >> translator: if russia continues its aggression and ignores decisions made during negotiati
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 3:00pm PDT
's news headquaters. >> topping the news this hour, tougher sanctions against russia could be coming in a matter of days as pro-russian separatists in ukraine are holding them hostage. >> and there's controversy swirling around the owner of one of the nba teams. have you heard about this? disturbing audio recordings have come to light. >> plus a public out cry. why labor unions are lashing out at the obama administration while protestors rally in the nation's capitol. >> we begin with the high profile presidential trip to asia dominated by the crisis in ukraine as well as tension with north korea. president ball balm in asia today becoming the first u.s. leader to visit the country in nearly half a century. it's the third stop on his tour of asia aimed at building closer tie with the u.s. allies in the region. chief white house correspondent ed henry is live from malaysia with more, ed. >> good to see you. you're right. the first u.s. president since lyndon johnson to visit this asian nation. they would love to talk about the good will here, trade ties. a big steak dinner for the pre
LINKTV
Apr 26, 2014 2:30pm PDT
. meanwhile, moves have been made to quickly impose new sanctions against russia. and in rome, preparations are underway for the double canonization of pope john paul pope john xxiii. pro-russian separatists in eastern ukraine say the international group of observers they are holding captive includes soldiers and spies. to secures are trying their release. russia has said it will help free the observers but the separatists are not backing down. we will talk to our correspondent in ukraine in a moment, but first we have this report. >> the pro-russian government appear to have no intention of letting the osce observers go. they are claiming their captives were working as spies. have no relation to any osce mission. indicatingps on them the location of our checkpoint. we get the impression they are officers carrying out a spy mission. >> the 13 member german led team of military observers was traveling under the auspices of the osce when they were detained on friday. a spokesman for the organization confirmed that germany is leading negotiations for their release. >> it's a bilateral mission
CNN
Apr 26, 2014 2:00pm PDT
, ukrainian prime minister's strong words for russia. (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know that game show hosts should only host game shows? samantha, do you take kevin as your lawfully wedded husband... or would you rather have a new caaaaaar!!!! say hello to the season's hottest convertible... ohhh....and say goodbye to samantha. [ male announcer ] geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. >>> it's time now to introduce you to this week's cnn hero. she is doing her part to lessen the violence in her city. here she is. >> chicken nuggets, french fries, mustard and a milkshake. my daddy ordered the same thing as me. that is my daddy. >> my son's father, he was murdered. their bond was just a bond that a lot of kids don't have with their father. >> i love my city. i have lived here all of my life. but people here are having crisis after crisis. i believe that the violence in this city and grief are directly connected. >> i feel sad that somebody h
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 2:00pm PDT
russia could be coming in a matter of days as pro-russian separatists in ukraine are holding them hostage. >> and there's controversy swirling around the owner of one of the nba teams. have you heard about this? disturbing audio recordings
CSPAN
Apr 26, 2014 4:30pm EDT
stuff. china, right? now putin, now he is the most evil thing. >> russia. so much propaganda. usell of these governments the same dreary argument -- national security. they all say they are making their people safer. they say the people telling the other side art -- are traitors. you have to get into a basic idea from the founders and i know they were flawed. my wife will tell me on the way home. the fact is they were an incredible group of people. what was incredible about them is they knew basic truths. you cannot have an empire and a republic in the same moment. that is key. the whole idea of limited government is if you're going to conquer the world and you're going to have power, you are going to lie. and you're going to engage, messing around the people's lives, you will become responsible and you will have to torture. so the way you do that is to have the notion of limited government, restraint, the right of the individual. that is why define the opposition to this thing is not liberal or conservative or democrat or republican. i don't know. snowden is a libertarian. what i s
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 1:30pm PDT
round of u.s. sanctions meant to punish russia, something the president's already teed up. listen. >> what i do know is that sanctions have consequences on russia. and if mr. putin were primarily interested in making sure that russia is a strong, driving nation for years to come, he's a lot better off abiding by the agreement that we came up with in geneva, resolving the situation in ukraine peacefully. >> now, republicans like john mccain say they've heard this from the president before and nothing has stopped putin. mccain saying, quote, hollow threats are worse than silence. now is the time for more decisive actions. the united states needs to expand sanctions to major russian banks, energy companies and sectors of its economy such as the arms industry which serve as instruments of putin's foreign policy. that from republican john mccain. the big question is going to be whether european allies like angela merkel, the german chancellor, they say they're mathewing forward with their own sanctions. but they've said it before and they weren't tough sanctions. so the president when
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 4:00pm EDT
against russia. european xdiplomats are said to have an emergency meeting on monday. they are talking about deescalating tensions on the ground. secretary of state john kerry and his continuerpart spoke on the phone and asked to stop ukrainian actions against pro-russian demonstrators. the prime minister cut short a trip to italy because of the tensions in the east. >> russian military aircraft, today at 9:00 crossed and violated ukrainian airspace for seven times. russian aggression has its aim to undermine the global security and global stability to redraw the lines and to revise the consequences of the second world war. >> also, from moscow, promising to help release european monitors in eastern ukraine. more on that >> reporter: on both sides, funerals are becoming political events. this time, it was pro-russian sep rat te separatists laying a hero to rescue in slovyansk, killed by ukrainian soldiers two days ago, now a martyr for his cau cause. ukraine is with russia. long live donbas. >> it's also in slovyansk that the observers are being held by pro-russian gunmen who said one
PBS
Apr 26, 2014 12:30pm PDT
opposition. >> we have a treaty with japan. ukraine is a friendly nation. crimea is really dealting to russia. these are very different situations. and frankly, if john mccain had been in the white house, we would have been in wars in all of these places. the president kept us out of wars. >> i think mort's point is exactly right. it was an idiotic thing tosh to issue a red line. you aren't going to follow through on it, but there's no doubt, american credibility all over the world and certainly, john, in eastern europe now, the republic and also in poland and romania, they are terrified that the americans are going to do exactly nothing to stop putin if he moves into eastern and southern ukraine. all the way -- >> we can see american forces. that's a big deal. he didn't have to send ground forces. >> 600 troops in four countries. >> i want to hear more about the pivot to asia. okay, why the pivot to asia? >> that's what clyde wants to know. the president of the economics strategy institute and a trade negotiator during the reagan administration. in the financial times this week, he says it's
CNN
Apr 26, 2014 12:00pm PDT
. >>> and president obama visits a country tormented by a missing plane but russia is becoming a major distraction for the president. what the president is saying about all of it. >>> let's begin in washington. president obama is out of town on his four-country tour of asia. but the crisis in ukraine is moving very quickly. and we're learning new details about what the u.s. and other countries plan to do next. erin mcpike is at the white house even though the president is traveling. so, erin, what is the latest on the u.s. response to the situation where ukraine and russia? it continues to bubble. >> basically it's simply more sanctions. although we haven't seen a deterrent effect yet as we've been talking about today we did see a russian aircraft enter ukrainian airspace overnight. the state department is insi insisting that it's working. i want to play for you something that jen psake said yesterday. >> we are seeing an impact. we've seen even president putin admit this week that there is an impact on the russian economy from the steps we've taken. >> and the united states has been trying to con
CNN
Apr 26, 2014 11:30am PDT
into and violated ukrainian airspace last night. russia has denied violating the airspace. >>> back in this country, the nra finds itself in a dogfight this year. it's being challenged by a new antigun lobby backed by billionaire michael bloomberg. but the nra and about 70,000 supporters meeting in indianapolis this weekend aren't flinching. executive director pierre says the organization faces a do or die challenge. >> we trust in our freedom, and in an uncertain world, surrounded by lies and corruption, there is no greater freedom, believe me, than the right to survive, to protect our families, with all the rifles, shotgun shs a shotgun, and handguns that we want. >> the nra invite prod gun politicians to address the convention. among them senator marco rubio and governor bobby jindal. >>> tonight sarah palin. >>> all right. police in millford, connecticut, are investigating the stabbing death of 16-year-old girl. sanchez died after being slashed in the neck, chest, and face in a school stairwell. she was set to attend her prom that night. a classmate is under arrest and faces a murder charge. >>
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 11:30am PDT
to impose new sanctions on russia. good afternoon, i'm arthel neville. >> i'm eric shaw in for gregg jarrett. armed pro-russian separatists now are holding a group of international observers and accusing them of being nato spies. we're streaming live from donetsk, ukraine, with the latest. leland? >> reporter: hi, eric. those pro russian separatists now say they will exchange these international observers for a number of separatists being held by the ukrainian government. the government is firing back saying the observers are being held as human shields inside the pro russian stronghold, besieged by ukrainian soldiers. the soldiers, though, have not moved into the town, really out of fear of the amount of civilian casualties that would have to occur if they were going to go door to door and try to root out the separatists who are extremely well-armed. the russian foreign minister for his part says he is going to do what he can in order to help free the international observers who are being held. many will tell you that the russians in this are truly the puppeteers who have said in the past t
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 2:00pm EDT
. a new museum opens in hong kong. >>> pro-russia gunmen holding a group of international observers captive in ukraine say they are willing to carry out a prisoner swap. the self-proclaimed separatist leader in slovyansk says he'll trade the international observers for kiev political prisoners. eight observers have been missing for 24 hours. they are held behind he is barricades in a building. russia says it will do all it can to secure their release. moscow has been accused of coordinating the kidnapping european leaders will meet on monday to discuss sanctions against russia and accuse moscow of making little effort to persuade groups in the east to disarm. now for the latest from barnaby phillips in donetsk in eastern ukraine. we have been hearing from the separatist leader in slovyansk. what has he been saying about the moves? >> this is a man who appointed himself, effectively, the mayor of the town of slovyansk a couple of weeks ago. he is firmly under groups who are pro-russian - if we can call them that. he is talking about the possibility of some sort of exchange with priso
CSPAN
Apr 26, 2014 2:00pm EDT
"the communicators," russia blackburn, jared polis, and steve scully's. >> are ever on saturday the first conversation i had with a group of people was not about where you are from, what your school is like, but it was about our beliefsitics, on education and religion. after that moment, i was like oh "wow, this will be intense. the we have talked about politics, our experiences, will we have learned, who we met, and this is an expense i'll never forget. >> i have always been cynical about it. i always thought i could never go that far in politics. it is such a caustic environment. slowly, with different people that i have met, i have chipped away at that opinion, and thought maybe i do want to make a difference and run for something local, state and local in my community because like president obama said yesterday, he told us do not get cynical because this nation does not need more cynical people. that will not help us relieve the problems that we have. >> one of the things that get run up a lot about our generation -- social media. we are able to express opinions easily. we can send a
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 11:00am PDT
biden head overseas in an attempt to reassure anxious allies. can they count on america as russia and china ratchet up the threat? >>> welcome to "the journal editorial report," i'm paul gigot. the supreme court upheld a referendum banning racial preferences in admissions to the public university, preserving the status quo in that state and seven otherses that have ended affirmative action. the decision produced five different opinions, including a 58-page dissent by justice sonia sotomayor who compared michigan's referendum to jim crow laws in the south, calling it, quote, the last chapter of discrimination. and writing that a majority of the michigan electorate changed the basic rules of the political process in that state in a manner that uniquely disadvantaged racial minorities. for more, i'm joined by "wall street journal" columnist, dan henninger, jason reilly and colin levi. colin, you wrote about this for us. the opinion was really splintered. a lot of opinions, different points of view. what should our viewers -- what should be the main takeaway from the opinion? >> right
MSNBC
Apr 26, 2014 11:00am PDT
has imposed a fresh new round of sanctions on russia to take effect monday. nbc's peter alexander is in kuala lumpur with more. peter? >> reporter: craig, good day to you. president obama arrived here this saturday, the first american president to come to malaysia since lbj in 1966, nearly 50 years passing since that time. he was welcomed with a red carpet. he was greeted during a state dinner by the malaysian king, who thanked president obama and the americans for their continued support and efforts to find mh-370. that jetliner that's been missing now for more than a month, an investigation that's confounded folks in this country for that period of time. tomorrow, president obama will be a part of a news conference with prime minister in this country, where he's likely to be asked a series of new questions about the status of sanctions against russia. on saturday, american leaders alongside g-7 leadership insisted they will impose new sanctions on russia as a result of its failure to crackdown on separatists in eastern ukraine. the white house says those new sanctions could come
Bloomberg
Apr 26, 2014 1:30pm EDT
russia and china. the president is traveling around the pacific rim knowing he can't get a pacific trade deal because his own democrats have no interest in taking a trade or motion authority. trade historically has been a generator economically and bipartisan. >> let's return to politics. i tried to play albert the greek and put odds on republicans. tell me why i am wrong. >> anybody's odds are as good as anybody's in such an early stage. looking at your list, i have a couple of observations. my friend was not on there and i have endorsed him. i see jon and a couple of the national governors would all be well positioned to consider. we have talked about this before, they are coming from a statehouse. i think you may be underestimated the current strength of rand paul. he really is building on infrastructure that his father had, strong vote totals in the early primary states. in a country, and electric mood, that is not exactly right or -- >> what about jeb bush? >> i think that is about right. >> i think things are on -- [indiscernible] i agree scott walker and other governors, a strong
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 1:00pm EDT
promising penalties for russia saying we have committed to act urgently toance fie targeted sanctions due to the cost of russia's actions. they cut short a trip to italy today citing escalating tensions with russia. >> russian military aircraft today crossed and violated ukrainian air space for seven times. it's clear that russian aggression has its aim to undermine the global security and global stability. to redraw the lines and to revise the consequences of the second world war. >> meanwhile, in an effort to calm things down, moscow promises to help win the release of european monitors who are being held captive by pro-russian separatists in eastern ukraine. al jazeera's barnaby phillips has more from danask right near the russian border. >> on both sides funerals are political events. this time it was pro-russian separatists laying a hero to rest. in the town of slow yafk is now a martyr for the cause. >> long live dabansk. >> it's also in slow yank. >> they're not observers. they're spying. >> the barricades are still up. let's go over here and see the other side of life in the east.
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 10:00am PDT
into its own country or become part of russia. obviously, kelly, we'll have to see if the ukrainian government agrees to that or if they go ahead and have that election on their own. and then what the ukrainians and russians do with the result. back to you. >> yeah. leland, we appreciate you showing us exactly what the ukrainians are trying to defend themselves. we appreciate you reporting from donetsk, ukraine. leland vittert, thank you. >>> five troops have been killed in a british helicopter crash in southern afghanistan near the pakistan border and makes it the deadliest day this year for coalition forces. troops are preparing to withdraw, of course, from afghanistan at the end of this year. and there's no word yet on the nationalities of those killed. in a text message, though, the taliban is claiming they shot down the helicopter. nato is investigating. ♪ >>> and you're looking live. live pictures right now from t vatican city where preparations are under way for the double sainthood ceremony of pope john paul ii and pope john paul iii tomorrow morning, expected to draw mo
PBS
Apr 26, 2014 10:00am PDT
was annexed by russia last month was not even a topic of discussion at the recent peace talks in geneva positions simply to fifteen knots. bought the incompetence of crimea faced with a lot of uncertainty as scars that the data lines are concerned with school books for people's having pizza for example. what's next will equal the two ukrainian football clubs play in. and he will supply the region with electricity. russia or ukraine. the curators of the museum in crimea are concerned about the teak gold shares to which they meant cartoon museum in amsterdam the precious pieces with a post up in the tent i recipients were missed to speak. they were nomadic last month i had no right to left no written legacy. but they did leave indiscretions magnificent garments. and skill to what vessels archaeologists find in burial mounds on crimea the city and took it has to cost up to rome on the steppes north of the black sea. the traveling exhibition of crimean defense has landed in amsterdam. then right in the middle of the ukrainian russian contacts. isn't it romantic style. when we got a problem
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 12:00pm EDT
the crisis in ukraine. they are considering another round of sanctions against russia for its actions in ukraine's east. they say pro-russian gunmen are coordinating with moscow. it's worried the osce members could be used as human shields if government forces try to free them. eight observers have been missing for more than 24 hours. ukraine's prime minister has cut short a visit to rome to runner to kiev. >> we urge russia to pull back its security forces, not to prove occasion and not to support russian lead terrorists. deployed in southern ukraine. we edge russia to leave us alone. >> self-declared leaders in slovyansk have accused some of the monitors of espy espionage. barnaby phillips reports >> reporter: on both sides, funerals are becoming political event did. this time, it was pro-russian separatists laying one of their heroes to rest in the town of slovyansk. lubinetz killed by ukrainian soldiers two days ago, now a martyr for his cause. >> love live dombus. ukraine with russia russia. long live donbus >> it's also in slovyansk that the military observers are being held wh
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 9:00am PDT
that russia is gearing up to invade. the kremlin has now ended high level contact with the white house with the pentagon even saying chuck hagel's russian count count counterpart won't even pick up the phone now and a team now tries to secure the release of four military observers. joining us now with the latest, leeland vitter. >> certainly everyone in this crisis seems to be digging in for a long battle and doubling down on their tensions and hostility inside the pro russian stronghold has certainly increased greatly in the past 48 hours and the fact they have taken this team hostage has made everyone here a lot more concerned and jumpy. the big question is not only if these folks are going to be released, but more importantly, are they going to be used as human shields or already being used as human shields to prevent the military from moving across the outskirts of the town they have now laid siege to to try to kick the pro russian accept ratists out. so far, the military has not yet made that move. they say out of the fear of civilian deaths that could occur if there was that batt
MSNBC
Apr 26, 2014 9:00am PDT
could come against russia as early as monday. also overshadowed by those mideast peace talks that fell apart earlier this week. >> speaking of earlier this week, the president of course visiting south korea. what was his message there. >> well, he reaffirmed the united states commitment to south korea and also had more strong words, stern warning for north korea. essentially saying north korea would only become more isolated if it engaged in further incidents like the nuclear test. >> north korea's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons is a path that leads only to more isolation. it's not a sign of strength. anybody can make threats. anyone can move an army. anyone can show off a missile. that doesn't make you strong. it does not lead to security or opportunity or respect. those things don't come through force. they have to be earned. >> president obama also thanked american troops who are stationed in south korea. he spoke to them before he left the country and also offered his condolences to the families who have lost loved ones in that ferry accident in south korea. alex. >> okay, th
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 11:30am EDT
the same as today. the decision of the u.n. the u.s. russia, and was that these organizations would not recognize until they fulfill three conditions, one was to improve the agreements between israel and plo, and the third one which could be the most important one, to recognize the state of israel. they are not willing to agree on none of these three conditions. >> that's the perfect chance to turn to mustafa, you were at the ceremony where the two sides declared this settlement going forward. was it understood from the beginning that this was going to end israeli participation in any talks? >> well, i've been listening, and it's very strange to hear what was said. because the israeli representative is blaming the plo for having negotiations with hamas while israel itself has held negotiations with hamas itself for a cease-fire. and israel has seen no problem, now they want to prevent those things were unifying their ranks. let me first tell you what israel is about, because i think the american audience doesn't know enough about israel. israel is a country that is practicing terror
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 8:30am PDT
. there are concerns that may be bracing for invasion from russia. this as the plan to impose more sanctions against the putin government. at noon, we'll have more on the fall out. millions gather in st. peter's square as two popes will be made saints tomorrow. we will take you to rome for the latest on what will be a very special moment for the church. and while millions of americans are struggling to find a job and many of them giving up, sean hannity has embarked on a crusade with his get america back to work campaign. his approach to help folks land great jobs, keeping the government on the way. all of that coming up just minutes from now. >>> epa chief taking a road trip to promote earth week. one stop on her tour, "the daily show" to chat with my buddy, jon stewart. >> driving around in a fuel efficient car. >> that's what i'm doing. i have a nesting hummer. a hummer inside a hummer inside a hummer. >> sounds russian. >> it is. >> i fear the president's priority of dealing with the issue of climate change first and foremost. >> see, the first part of that issue getting over half of congress to
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 11:00am EDT
to act urgently to intentionfy targeted measures to increase the cost of russia's actions. meanwhile, the ukrainian prime minister cited escalating tensions with russia >> russian military aircraft. today, at 9:00 crossed and violated ukrainian airspace for 7 times. it's clear that russian aggression has -- is aimed to undermine the global security and global stability to redraw the lines and to revise the consequences of the second world war. >> in an effort to calm things down, moscow is promising to help win the release of european monitors being helped captive by pro-russian separatists in eastern ukraine. more right there near the russian border. >> ukraine's intelligence services says one of the hostages or prisoners, if you like, held by the russian gunmen in the town of slovyansk is in urgent need of medical attention. the russians have said that they will work for the release of this osce delegation, which is potentially good news. for ordinary people here in eastern ukraine, for all of the tensions, life does go on pretty much as normal on a very beautiful spring day. weddi
CSPAN
Apr 26, 2014 10:50am EDT
's lecture made little or made no impression on putin or his apparent appetite for crimea. russia is, in fact, a second rate power and could have easily been dissuaded from this adventure. but because barack obama is such an embarrassingly weak with leader and untrustworthy ally, putin was able to laugh in his face, mass 100,000 troops on the ukrainian border and prepare to swallow ukraine itself. leader of the free world today is a man who does not believe in the free world. or in america's role as its head. [applause] in the five years since the norwegian committee gave him a nobel prize for nothing, obama's policies of weakness and appeasement have made the world far more dangerous place than it has been since the end of the cold war and probably its beginning. from his first day in office, obama made it clear that he regards america as having wronged its adversaries, and its adversaries as having grievances that are justified; a view suspiciously or perilously close to putin's own. by now it should be apparent that america's president is a determined enabler of america's enemies and equal
PBS
Apr 26, 2014 7:30am PDT
options were to be night with russia or historically news constitution of nineteen ninety two giving it more autonomy but remaining part of ukraine. while the us says that with bing is nothing but facts are facts of what's happening on the ground are out there. the meeting out there but apparently far from here. this ensured that our t washington dc. the journalist and author chris hedges believes it's not the first on washington's taylor a storyline to win the battle unfortunately the press united states become. very anemic if not totally subservient about. there is as with any government official narrative of that they seek to disseminate to the. the last thing they're interested in is an honest debate. they asked. they will take and selected shoes socks and sometimes even incidents are not fact. to perpetuate the narrative that they seek to disseminate let's go to marina to the iraq war and they would lead to my house we stopped in york times many would cite the new york times has an authority that this is. this is business as usual that narrative about the ukraine. ip is an examp
CNN
Apr 26, 2014 7:00am PDT
>>> fresh fears this morning of an imminent invasion of ukraine with allegations that russia violated the country's air space overnight. >> president obama in malaysia this morning. but his visit comes exactly 50 days after flight 370 vanished. >> the nra takes center stage in indianapolis firing back at critics and bringing out the gop's big guns. >>> and get ready to see a lot more of this. the national weather service warning a violent weekend is ahead. >>> take a nice deep breath. i'm victor blackwell. >> we do have breaking news we need to tell you about this hour. the crisis in ukraine, it is intensifying by the hour it seems. the country's prime minister accusi accusing russia of crossing air space multiple time sfwls they are ready to release a round of additional sanctions. we're live in the ukraine with the latest. >> reporter: well, as you're saying, the situation here does grow more tense by the moment. the government in kiev continues to say they are launching what they're calling their anti-terrorism operation. just an indication of how chaotic the situation is,
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 10:00am EDT
vladimir putin with a new round of sanctions if russia continued to stall on crisis. >> president putin is not a stupid man, and i think recently acknowledged that this has already had an impact. and certainly if the situation gets worse and sanctions are broadened to an entire sector, impact. >> for more i'm joined from london by the u.s. ambassador to the organization for security and cooperation in europe, the osce. what have you heard about the certain observers in slaviansk? can you confirm that they have been detained? >> i have seen the reports about the terrorist tactic of kidnaps which is really disturbing, and certainly we becry that. there is an ocse monitoring mission on the ground. the reports are these are not members of that monitoring mission. separately there are military observers invited by ukraine under a document called the vienna document, that have been rotating through over the last couple of months. the reports seem to indicate that this is a team of those observers, and of course yes ear very concerned about their well-being, and we decry this kind of terrorist
FOX Business
Apr 26, 2014 10:00am EDT
committee that includes cuba, china, and russia. joining us now fox news contributor john bolton. good to have you here. press as they will, you know, it's kind ofr hard to get to the united nations without being on u.s. territory. so i can't wait to hear from this committee. how about you? >> right. well, i think this committee which is the committee on relations with the host country namely us is going to punt on this. i think iran took the matter there. i think they wanted to pound their trust. i don't think the obama administration has necessarily denied the visa request. i think they may just not act on it one way or the other. that way they can say to iran it's not us. >> are you suggesting the obama mrs is voting present on the issue? >> i would be the last person to suggest that, lou. absolutely not. look, iran. this is a win/win for iran. they're going to come back to obama saying you owe one on the nuclear demonstration and the administration will give them something. >> let's turn to yemen. the 65 al qaeda terrorists on the peninsula, that's quite a strike. that's quite an e
PBS
Apr 26, 2014 7:00am PDT
a more economic penalties against russia. and to read. he's sixteen international observers saying that nato spot the driest a us president lashes out at pyongyang on a visit to seoul yet here's to making preparations for a fresh new year. and afghanistan awaits the winner was all that this presidential poll that shows there's likely to be a runoff as no candidates across the two percent needed to avoid a second round. as the top stars are falling due to false bank at news from the start with new sanctions for moscow united states and other nations in the g seven have agreed to impose additional punitive measures on russia. in response to its actions in ukraine washington accuses the common and not following through with last week's agreement to de escalate tensions in the east of the country. new sanctions could come as early as monday our washington correspondent book out there gives us a closer look. it will be targeting individuals and entropy. well what about me than to prevent the people of the water at the others fall by the sink or tub after he was rushing back to the indiv
ABC
Apr 26, 2014 7:00am PDT
russia, with tough, new sanctions. but the question, is it enough to get them to back down from the ukraine border? things are really intensifying there. >> and the dialogue between obama and putin going on this morning. >>> and later, addicted to fire. we're going to go on the job with adrenaline junkies who do one of the most dangerous jobs on earth. in one of the toughest neighborhoods in america. what motivates these men to repeatedly risk their lives? >>> we want to start this morning with the severe weather. and what has been an unusually quiet tornado season changed radically and violently overnight. and now, there's a big, new system moving in, with 23 states in the crosshairs. our coverage begins this morning, with diane wilson from our affiliate, wtvd. she's in fake forest, north carolina, right now. diane, good morning. >> reporter: dan, several injuries reported due to these storms. fortunately, no deaths. but today, crews will be cleaning up, after strong winds, heavy rains, even hail, caused this widespread damage. >> it's on the ground. look how wide it is. >> rep
KRON
Apr 26, 2014 7:00am PDT
medicine at kp.org join us, and thrive. south between russia >> : carry zipper forces to push a pro russian military's to russia. >> : they've told supporters in an operation clearing rubble up roadblocks near one city trade diplomatic standoff that escalating while russian forces that accusing ukraine to rage war is bumpy will pit trading with the sanctions did ukraine's prime minister also says the keep the problem now. >> : brazil obama on a goodwill trip and malaysia. first american president to shovel out to malaysia in force against pre >> : during to state visit you been meeting the present minister. none of the hole and tall with young people lyndon johnson was the first american president to visit a late it will educate >> : missing wage an airliner stars of all bluefin sky ocean floor to renee chase's other ran underwater sonar device plunge into the wooden indian ocean today king got king f-14s mission could score 95% of the target area on the ocean floor. so far no trace of the missing black box or missing jet liner. searchers to move slowly north as well. >> : also happening ov
CNN
Apr 26, 2014 6:00am PDT
several times overnight. are we on the brink of a new cold war? russia hastens of thousands of troops near the ukraine border. we have 600. congress member jim urlach joins us. gary bernson has worked with the brigade. today marks the 50th day the flight 370 has disappeared. we could be no closer to finding the plane. grief and anger for loved ones like steve wang whose mother was on the flight. sarah bajc with a loved one on the flight as well. >>> and has the gm brand been injured by support. and a semantic debate has embroiled the 9/11 museum in new york city raising the question of what to call the 19 who perpetrated that violence. >>> plus, have we seen the last climb to the world's tallest peak? and should police scan license plates at random and store the information? wait until you hear what that technology just did. let's get started. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >> we begin with breaking news from ukraine this morning. ukraine's security services says internation international observers seized are being held in inhumane conditions. one need medical care, but the pro-r
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 9:00am EDT
. they're considering another round of sanctions against russia for actions east of the country. seven of the world's biggest countries accuse russia. america has accused russian jets of violating ukrainian air spa space. they continue to hold military exercises across the border. there are fear those kidnapped could be used as hostages. >> we urge russia to pull back its security forces not to provoke and not to support russian-led terrorists. we urge russia to leave us alone. >> well, let's go to barnaby phillips, monitors are still being held. any change to that situation or negotiations ongoing? >> no substantial change, stephen. the people who are holding them, the armed separatists say there are spies amongst them. they're referring to the ukrainian contingent. there has been reports from the last hour within the german government that some type of mediation is on its way here to try and talk about these people. but let's not forget the largest foreign elements within this small group is german. we think there are four germans, a dane, a pole, a swede, and someone from the czech
ABC
Apr 26, 2014 6:00am PDT
growing between the u.s. and russia over ukraine. now new sanctions backed by president obama could begin as soon as monday. abc's senior washington correspondent explains the importance of this action. >>> plus, prom day tragedy. an honor student stabbed to death on come puts just hours before the big dance. was she murdered by a boy who she rejected as a date. and the incredible rescue to save a father and son after they get lost hiking in the mountains. the helicopters flying in to save the day today. the heroes explaining how they did it. a lucky family. all that and more coming up. >> they were looking for an adventure and they got it. >> they got one, yeah. >> four square founder has apologized for helping his wife run the marathon with a fake number. after least year's attack security was increased to keep fake runners away from the course. a few snuck in, including a new york fashion writer married to four square fashion writer dennis crowley on the right. she said the two were separated during the becoming last year. they wanted to finish together this year but chelsea could not
LINKTV
Apr 26, 2014 6:00am PDT
to agree to impose new sanctions against russia. and the world of soccer mourns after former barcelona coach, tito villanova dies of throat cancer at the age of 45. >> we begin in ukraine, where pro-russian separatists in the eastern city are still holding a group of international observers, calling them prisoners of war. the group, which includes four germans, is in the city to monitor the situation there on behalf of the organization for security and cooperation in europe. now, for his part, german foreign minister has called on his russian counterpart to do everything in his power to secure the release of the osce mission members. >> this is where the team of osce observers is set to be, inside the security headquarters, which is currently occupied by armed separatists. the team of 13 includes three german shoulders and an interpreter. berlin wants their immediate release. >> for us, it was important that we could at least inform the families based on eyewitness reports that so far they have been detained without violence. no shots were fired. the german government is using all dipl
PBS
Apr 26, 2014 5:30am PDT
are to impose fresh sanctions growth has slowed significantly. as the crisis of ukraine intensify as russia has cut its growth full house. it appears to be a result of the economic sanctions imposed by the us and eu. just as president barack obama threatens to impart is even more sanctions cctv from boston tied to hope that the economic implications of the confrontation between russia and ukraine. the new commanders needs to come to government buildings occupied by pro russian government in eastern ukraine. economists in moscow toward a possible capital flight from russia the russian government admits that of a sixty billion dollars has left the country so far this year. the ruble has lost around nine percent of its value since january get some economists say the russian economy can still expand into what they said oh yes the station. maybe it was then waited for costs but still with the save as much space for a second half of the cia. some call. oh well i should say that russia can also perform better. then we four crusty and golden case scenario. the file from the pole that create tension was
NBC
Apr 26, 2014 5:30am PDT
.s. and its allies face off against russia. now new sanctions are likely coming. >>> with the grim search for bodies from that south korean ferry on hold for now we're getting the first look inside the doomed ship, photos posted by a student who sadly is still missing. >> heartbreaking. >>> as we shift gears, a story that has a lot of people talking this morning, buffalo bills cheerleaders will not be on the field this season after several former cheerleaders sued, claiming they were groped, worked long hours with little pay and had to endure things such as the so-called jiggle test. >>> the severe weather trek with millions of people in its path. dylan is tracking it. >> that's why i'm standing. >> i get it now. >> this is how it works today. storms have not yet developed. this whole system is getting its act together. heavier rain to the east of vegas here. this will be our trigger mechanism for how the storms fire up, especially this afternoon and into this evening. we have really warm air out ahead of this, 10 to 15 degrees above average and really cold air, 20 degrees below average b
CBS
Apr 26, 2014 5:00am PDT
. the decision to hit key sectors of russia's economy like energy and banking remains on hold. >> the europeans and the united states have been consistent in calibrating sanctions that could provide a deterrent to the russians providing support to the ukrainians leaving open a path for resolving this problem diplomatically. >> reporter: but the president also rejected the notion he has other options in ukraine. >> we seem to have gotten into the habit of thinking that when there are hard foreign policy problems, that there may actually be a definitive answer. typically those who offer that definitive answer come up with the use of force as the definitive answer. >> reporter: mr. obama said as president and as a student of history he's skeptical of military force generally and particularly in ukraine. even though white house officials concede economic sanctions have so far failed in ukraine and the threat of more may not save that fragile country. for "cbs this morning saturday," major garrett, seoul, south korea. >>> this weekend, russian troops are conducting exercises
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 7:00am EDT
russia. >>> plus, the path to saint hood. hundreds of thousands flock to roam for the canonization of not one, but two popes. >>> on high alert - weather services warning people of violent storms. [ singing ] >>> and shakespeare at 450 years old. we honour the most recognised playwright in history. >>> good morning to you. welcome to al jazeera america. i'm morgan radford live in new york city. the rhetoric in the ukrainian crisis stepped up a notch with bold declarations made by kiev lawmakers. the ukrainian prime minister accused moscow of wanting to start world war iii echoed by the deputy foreign minister at the united nations. >> do you fear that the russians are on the verge of an invasion? >> yes, we have the information that we are in danger. that's why we call upon russian authorities to explain for what reasons they keep so many troops along our borders. >>> but those allegations have done little to slow down russian military drills along the border, prompting u.s. and e.u. officials to impose more sanctions against moscow. mike vick aira is travelling with president obam
CSPAN
Apr 26, 2014 7:00am EDT
that the government, perhaps europe, would put on. russia is not fulfilling their part of that bargain. host: i want to get to what those sanctions may be. do headlines like this concern you? this is from "the financial times." the editorial board writes -- guest: it is sad but i think it is true. there were russian jets that violated ukrainian airspace. large columns of armories and tanks are moving inside of russia, very much toward the ukrainian border. it is looking much more menacing. ukrainian governments have said they are expecting this may not go in a direction we are all going to be happy to see. what further sanctions could change things here? guest: i think whether or not sanctions can change things has very much to do with what sanctions are. . i'm not sure it is going to do very much, we have already tried that, and we have already seen results. what we have seen are the encouraging symbols of their peripheral signals. we have seen and massive amount of capital slight from russia. moore capital slight dent in the entire period of last year. it is not changing the actions of the russian
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